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You may know Neil Gaiman from such works as "Sandman" and "Coraline," but the acclaimed writer is also set to guest star on this Sunday's episode of "The Simpsons." ROBOT 6 has details and a video clip.
"Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke is set to bring DC Comics' "Deadman" to the CW. While his origins make him an unlikely TV star, deceased Trapeze artist Boston Brand may soon help out the living in a weekly drama.
Attorney for Jack Kirby's heirs says he'll appeal judge's decision! Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison talks "Supergods," "The Sandman" and more! Jay Stephens and Bob Weber Jr. end "Oh, Brother!" strip! Plus much more!
The end of "Jack of Fables," new story arcs for "American Vampire," and Jill Thompson's "Endless Storybook" were all on the menu for the Vertigo panel, which butler-for-a-day Bill Willingham adding a touch of class.
The "Captain America" trailer debuts! Zack Snyder avoids discussing "Superman's" costume! "First Class" Beast answers fan questions! Also, a Warren Ellis documentary in the works and more.
"Daredevil" captures a director! "Men in Black III" loses a Baldwin! Russia gets an epic "X-Men: First Class" trailer! Also, new stills from "Priest," "The Sandman" is still awake, and more.
DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns has publicly declared the "Sandman" TV project alive and well while promoting creator Neil Gaiman's involvement. SPINOFF has details.
Co-director Brian Taylor talks "Ghost Rider" sequel! Spielberg talks "Tintin!" French "Thor" trailer now served in English. Also, "The Sandman" television show stalls and more.
A proposed TV series based on the classic Neil Gaiman Vertigo book has stalled as producer and "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke explains that he hopes to return to the Endless some day in the future.
In the second of our three-day celebration of the 300th CBLR, we examine the true story behind Neil Gaiman and his feelings on Death being used in the DC Universe. Plus, legends about George Perez, J.H. Williams III and Grant Morrison!
DC Comics has released a preview of "Action Comics" #894 featuring Neil Gaiman's Death. Written by Paul Cornell with Pete Woods on art, a back-up by Nick Spencer and RB Silva and a Dave Finch cover, the issue hits October 27.
NYCC's Vertigo: On the Edge panel saw the announcement of "The Annotated Sandman," a new "Cinderella" miniseries and "The New York Five" while confirming a new book by chef Anthony Bourdain titled "Get Jiro!"
Vertigo's Sandman is headed to television screens near you... but what if this isn't a good thing? SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan considers his nightmare adaptation.
Peter Sarsgaard on his "Green Lantern" forehead, Joe Johnston on ties to the Marvel Universe and "The Sandman" finally comes to television! Also, new "Sucker Punch" image and more.
The award-winning sales chart perennial by Neil Gaiman and company finds its prospects for adaptation in other media renewed as Warner Bros. Television makes a move for "The Sandman."
"Madman" creator Michael Allred and colorist Laura Allred met with loyal fans in Baltimore for a discussion of the Allreds' comics and music, and to hear what's next for their signature creation, Frank Einstein AKA Madman.
With Neil Gaiman's blessing, writer Paul Cornell is bringing Death of The Endless into his run on "Action Comics" and he spoke to CBR about how the crossover came about and what it means for his villain-centric run.
The prolific creator of comics, novels, film, journalism and poetry spoke to a full house at UCLA Live's Royce Hall about his work on "Sandman," "Coraline," and more. CBR was there to get you the scoop.
At this past weekend’s WonderCon, Jill Thompson, the creator of Scary Godmother and illustrator of "The Sandman" talked about her comics career and early comic book idols, including her desire to one day be John Byrne.
CBR talks with Neil Gaiman to talk about "Coraline," the new film based on his best-selling novella. The writer also discusses with us his work on the Batman story, "Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?"
The award-winning artist and writer P. Craig Russell talks to CBR about "The Dream Hunters" and the other Neil Gaiman book he illustrated and adapted, "Coraline," his passion for adaptations and his love of opera.
Following the likes of Cain, Abel and Elvira, Matt Sturges and Bill Willingham are the new caretakers of Vertigo’s “House of Mystery.” We spoke with Sturges about the series, which debuts this week.
CBR News was in attendance Friday night at NYCC, when the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund presented an evening with Neil Gaiman, featuring a Q&A with the vaunted author, along with readings of some of his work.